Compliance Corner: Being MDSAP-Ready Helpful While FDA Foreign Inspections Paused, Expert Says
King & Spalding’s Eric Henry urges manufacturers – particularly ones with facilities outside the US – to be prepared for a virtual audit under the Medical Device Single Audit Program. He explains how.
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